examples 14-15

By August 28, 2013

Making unsolicited written, verbal,
physical and/or visual contact with sexual
overtones. (Written examples include but
are not limited to: suggestive or obscene
letters, notes, invitations. Verbal examples
include but are not limited to: derogatory
comments, slurs, jokes, and epithets.
Physical examples include but are not limited
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to: assault, touching, impeding, or blocking
movement. Visual examples include but are
not limited to: leering, gestures, display of
sexually suggestive objects or pictures,
cartoons, or posters.)
2) Continuing to express sexual interest
after being informed that the interest is
unwelcome. (Reciprocal attraction is not
sexual harassment.)